Australian rock music legend Dave Tice shares stories from the early days of Buffalo, The Count Bishops and a life in music and records. Part 1 of 2

Topics include:

  • The obligations of a gigging, touring band
  • Dave’s youth, taking an interest in music, starting his musical career,
  • The records that inspired Dave
  • Seeing the Rolling Stones in Brisbane, 1965
  • Forming Head / Buffalo
  • Moving from Brisbane to Sydney
  • Choosing the name “Buffalo”
  • The story of Head single “Hobo b/w Sad Song: Then”
  • Getting the deal with Phonogram, then Vertigo
  • International distribution of Buffalo
  • The business of Australian labels signing local bands
  • Where are the Buffalo master tapes?
  • The human elements of music, writing & recording fast
  • How Dave became a singer
  • The power of Dave’s voice
  • The recording of Volcanic Rock
  • Controversial album covers from Buffalo

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If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related